Developed with industry standards in mind, this two-year programme aims to equip students with a solid understanding of computation, communication and information processing in the context of our fast-changing society. Students who successfully complete this programme will find themselves open to a number of exciting opportunities within industries such as software, biotechnology, data analysis and many more.
Structured to accommodate the broad range of skills required to succeed in the IT industry, students of this programme will also be given the choice to specialize in one of two given areas:
Computer Science: with a special emphasis on computational modeling, computational data analytics, and formal methods for safety-critical distributed systems.
Computer Engineering: with a special emphasis on engineering of software intensive systems, with a focus on cloud computing, the industrial internet, safety-critical and autonomous systems.
Depending on their chosen area of specialization, students will graduate with a Master of Science degree in Computer Science or a Master of Science (Technology) degree in Computer Engineering with a specialization in Software Engineering. A number of mobility programs also offer students of information technology an opportunity to study abroad and develop international contacts. The completion of a master’s thesis will also provide students with the opportunity to develop a capacity for independent learning and research, whilst liaising with industry professionals at the same time.
Application information can be found here.
The purpose of the Nordic Master Programme in Intelligent Software Systems (NISS) is to develop the ability of the students to build and handle complex and large software systems and infrastructures, with an international perspective. Via this programme, master students in IT at Åbo Akademi University have to possibility to diversify their current master studies via a mobility period (of 30 ECTS or 60 ECTS) at one of our partner universities: Mälardalen University, Sweden or Reykjavik University, Iceland.
Admitted students will receive a monthly scholarship of 800 Euros during their mobility period to cover travel and living expenses.
For more details and application deadlines https://www.nordicmaster-niss.org/
Åbo Akademi University offers a double degree programme with ESIGELEC in Rouen, France.
Students do half of their studies at their home university and half at Åbo Akademi University/Esigelec. Students that complete the whole programme get a Master of Science degree in Technology (Diplomingenjör,120 ECTS) from Åbo Akademi and a Master of Science degree (Diplôme d’Ingénieur, 300ECTS) from ESIGELEC. The duration of the programme is from 5 to 6 terms and the languages of instruction are English, Swedish and French.
More information about this programme is available from email@example.com.
Åbo Akademi University offers a double degree programme with INSA Rennes, France.
Via a 4 semesters mobility period at INSA Rennes, students have the possibility to optain a Master of Science degree in Technology (Diplomingenjör,120 ECTS) from Åbo Akademi and either the a Master of Science degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering (EII), or the Master by Research in Computer Science (SIF), or the Master by Research in Systems Engineering (i-MARS) from INSA Rennes.